Kentucky Constitution § 225 . Armed men not to be brought into State;  exception

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No armed person or bodies of men shall be brought into this State for the preservation of the peace or the suppression of domestic violence, except upon the application of the General Assembly, or of the Governor when the General Assembly may not be in session.

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